ok.. I've said it before and I'll say it again... check out Goodnighties p.j.s ... if you want to sleep for whatever reason... I have pain from FM and sweats from menopause... just sucked... but these work! I'm like a new person. good luck to you! I hope you'll be throwing away your reading light like I did! LOLView Thread
MissyW. here is some relief...controls your body temperature... I had what you had ---not any more...buy a pair of Goodnighties p;j.'s ...you won't have to take meds it's safe and you will sleep well the first night.. then just wear them under your clothes!View Thread
Hi...just wanted to suggest a simple non-hormonal solution......It's nightwear (and I'm not kidding!) called 'Goodnighties' ....soft, comfortable made with negative ions that help you stay calm and stay asleep! It helped regulate my body temperature with these.....I used to have terrible hot flashes then I was cold....it sucked! couldn't believe how tired and cranky i had become! you really should try them! good luck! LisaView Thread
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